Why should I care about animals?
But, our ancestors ate meat, right?
Isn't morality subjective?
Aren't animals property?
How is moral consideration determined?
I'm just one person, will it really matter if I change?
Animals eat other animals in nature, doesn't that make it okay for us to eat them?
What's wrong about dairy?
What's wrong with eggs?
Wouldn't the animals overpopulate if we don't eat them?
How would we feed the world on plants alone?
Isn't grass fed better?
Aren't fossil fuels the bigger problem?
What about palm oil?
Shouldn't we buy local animal products?
Aren't almonds bad for the environment?
Isn't the global transportation of plant based products harmful?
Aren't we omnivores? We have canine teeth.
Don't we need milk for strong bones?
Don't we need fish for omega-3's?
Don't we need meat for protein?
What if I don't like salads?
I went vegan for awhile and felt bad, what did I do wrong?
Isn't soy bad for you?
Because vegans have to supplement with B12 doesn't that meat we're meant to eat meat?
Isn't heme iron better than non heme?